By Scott Allardice The Granby town board, already shorthanded due to a resignation, was forced to cancel its meeting Wednesday Nov. 13 when only two of the remaining four board members showed up. Supervisor Ed Williamson and Councilor Matt Callen sat on the dais at the Granby town hall with the empty chairs and nameplates(…)
Oswego County Opportunities recently honored Ewlina Wojnowska and Shauntelle Farden, supervised residence counselors with OCO Mental Health Transitional Living Services of OCO’s Residential Services, with the Outstanding Employee Award. Nominated by fellow employees, the pair were recognized for their commitment, resourcefulness and dedication to OCO and those they serve.
Makynzie Jade Griffith, 14-month-old daughter of Ryan Wilcox and Jamie Griffith, passed away Thursday afternoon Nov. 14 at Golisano Children’s Hospital in Syracuse. She was born in Oswego Hospital and was known to her family as “our little ladybug.” In addition to her parents, she is survived by a brother, Carson James Wilcox; maternal grandmother,(…)
Evan E. Hoffman, 42, of Fulton died Wednesday Nov. 13 at home. He was born in Oswego, NY and Evan had remained a life resident of Fulton. He currently worked with Hubbard Farms, Granby. Evan enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was pre-deceased by his father Samuel Hoffman and brother Roger Hoffman. Evan is survived by(…)
Patricia A. Galvin, 79, of Fulton, passed away Friday, Nov. 15 at Michaud Health Services in Fulton. She had been a very active member of the Fulton Christian & Missionary Alliance Church where she served as a deaconess for 12 years; on the W.M.P.F.; board of ministry; kitchen committee; taught vacation bible school and other(…)
What were you doing 50 years ago Friday? It is one of those moments that each generation seems to have — a moment when time stood still. It is a moment when most everyone remembers where they were, what they were doing and how they felt when they heard the news. For people age 80(…)
By Rob Tetro After losing to Cortland and Cazenovia to begin the season, the Fulton modified football team went 3-1 to close out the seaon. Coach Jeff Waldron said Fulton showed steady improvement throughout the season. After Cazenovia rolled past the Red Raiders, Fulton made a lot of adjustments. Defensive coordinator Joe Meeks installed a(…)
By Ashley M. Casey Heroin accounts for the majority of Oswego County’s drug cases, according to the county district attorney’s office. “It has skyrocketed. It is out of control,” said Jeff Kinney, an investigator for the DA. Kinney retired as a lieutenant from the Fulton City Police Department. “It’s a complete switch from last year,”(…)